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wow i am loving this thread dami ko natututunan! so Okey pumunta kami ng Pagudpud last weekend. And naging trigger/shutter happy yata ako. haha naubos memory card ko .
Here's one photo i post processed to bring out the highlights sa dark areas. I know i haven't nailed it yet. Oh well for your scrutiny na lang and tips to make it better.
Last edited by pipo_dj; May 30, 2012 at 06:19 AM.
Hi guys! I've been lurking this thread for quite sometime. Decided to join so I can join discussions and to throw questions because I fell in love with photography when I first had my film camera. I'm using a bridge cam for the superzoom because my budget wont allow me to get into DSLR with telephoto lenses. Right now, I use Fujifilm HS20.
Here are some of my sample shots from way back I cant remember when
Sunset by labophotography, on Flickr
Mahilig ako sa tabing-dagat. You need not to be a pro to capture the beauty of nature. No artificial lighting can beat the natural lighting condition. For a noob like me, I just play around with the white balance/color balance or whatever color option available there is in the camera, so I can change the mood of a scene, and here's what I got.
Pampang by labophotography, on Flickr
Asul by labophotography, on Flickr
Gapo by labophotography, on Flickr
Last edited by pipo_dj; May 31, 2012 at 06:31 AM.
dumadating na ang mga pics nila
Pics at Coron,Palawan This May
Coron harbour center
Sunz En Coron
keep the photos coming
by the way, what are your favorite photography subjects. and why?
b) from behind
c) blur shots
i'm planning to buy a new filter for my lens, marami ako nabasa ok daw yung BW filter kaya yun na ang bibilhin ko kaso ang dami palang varieties nun kaya di ako makapili. Can somebody recommend me anong type yung bibilhin ko na BW filter? Mahilig ako sa portraits especially outdoor.
Noobie lang. At least sa mga yan, makakaasa pa ako sa preset modes. Hindi pa maalam sa manual.
in order of priority hehe. I plan not to stick to one style though mas gusto ko diversed yung nagagawa ko.
@labophotography - finollow kita sa flickr
One question for the experts out here, anong best lens para makapagshoot ng isang wedding? kinausap kasi ako ng ate ko sa Church namin and she wants me to be the photographer sa wedding niya. It's kind of overwhelming e kit lens pa lang meron ako.... help me please~~~~~
Oh yeah and for the sunset shot sa trip namin sa Pagudpud
Take my Sunset Picture by PipoDeJesus
Favorite ko na BW lens yung ND110 ko. It's a 10 stop filter so I can do long exposures even at noon and maganda sya for artsy black and white photos.
Thanks po. But seriously, your shots are way better than mine. Its cool to be here, daming masters na pwedeng pagtanungan. I also wait for uploads from sabrina, bf3, 22mai, and the others. Astig ng mga shots e. Hindi pa madamot sa knowledge. Hopefully, one day some of us guys could meet for a photowalk shoot. I say, intramuros and baywalk
http://www.bluehoursite.com/ also if you want to see some of the best blue hour photographs visit this site: www.yenbaet.com